Some 400, 000 students receive their SPM results online


PETALING JAYA: The release of the Sijil Pelajaran Malaysia (SPM) 2020 results went smoothly on Thursday (June 10) morning despite minor hiccups.

Some 400, 000 candidates logged on to get their results at 10am this morning, causing the websites to experience technical issues for about 10mins, a check by The Star revealed.

Some posted screenshots of both the website which says that it is under maintenance, while others asked if they were the only ones experiencing the technical difficulty.

“It’s like we’re (queueing) to take the vaccines, until the website is under maintenance, ” said Twitter user @mhmmdidhmimn.

Another Twitter user, @zuebeeeee said: “Has the system crashed? ‘Biasalah’, Malaysia”.

Education Minister Datuk Dr Radzi Jidin said despite facing a multitude of learning challenges caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the national average grade (GPN) for the SPM 2020 had improved by 0.06 points.

The national average grade for 2020 is 4.80 compared to 4.86 in 2019, he said.

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